This is a review of a compilation album from Portugal's Hulduefni which shows the music going into a space ambient direction and the album is called "Space Odyssey" which was released by Dark Matter Records.
A very atmospheric ambient sound starts off the compilation along with some programmed drum beats and the music also has a very space orientated atmosphere to it and the music can also be very avart garde and experimental at times while also always being instrumental and all of the tracks sound very different from each other.
Some of the tracks are very long and epic in length and the drones also get very distorted at times and as the compilation progresses field recordings can also be heard in the music at times and the synths have a very dominant presence on most of the songs while t here is a brief use of guitar sounds and some tracks also bring in a ritualistic feeling.
Hulduefni brings in a lot of diversity throughout the compilation bringing in a lot of songs that are in more of a dark or spaced ambient recording which also gets mixed in with a great amount of drones while some songs show more of an avant garde and experimental style while the production sounds very dark and raw.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Hulduefni and if you are a fan of spece ambient or drone, you should check out this compilation. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Intergalatic Space" "Machines, Space Machines" and "Nightmare". 8 out of 10.